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Title Total diet studies / Gerald G. Moy, Richard W. Vannoort, editors ; foreword by Michael R. Taylor, Deputy Commissioner for Foods and Veterinary Medicine, U.S. Food and Drug Administration
Published New York, NY : Springer, 2013
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Description 1 online resource (xxvi, 550 pages) : illustrations (some color)
Contents Total Diet Study Methodology. Total Diet Studies--What They Are and Why They Are Important / Gerald G. Moy -- The Origin of Total Diet Studies / Katie Egan -- Risk Analysis Paradigm and Total Diet Studies / Philippe J.-P. Verger -- Overview of Dietary Exposure / Barbara J. Petersen -- Scope, Planning and Practicalities of a Total Diet Study / Richard W. Vannoort -- Preparing a Food List for a Total Diet Study / U. Ruth Charrondiere -- Selecting Chemicals for a Total Diet Study / Jiri Ruprich -- Preparing a Procedures Manual for a Total Diet Study / Janice L. Abbey, Christel Leemhuis -- Food Sampling and Preparation in a Total Diet Study / Richard W. Vannoort, Janice L. Abbey -- Analyzing Food Samples--Organic Chemicals / Chris A. Sack -- Analyzing Food Samples--Inorganic Chemicals / Sean M. Ryan -- Analyzing Food Samples--Radionuclides / Pamela Mackill, Cong Wei
Quality Control and Assurance Issues Relating to Sampling and Analysis in a Total Diet Study / Pieter Scheelings -- Commercial Analytical Laboratories--Tendering, Selecting, Contracting and Managing Performance / Janice L. Abbey -- Managing Concentration Data--Validation, Security, and Interpretation / Carolyn Mooney -- Reporting and Modeling of Results Below the Limit of Detection / Marc Aerts [and others] -- Dietary Exposure Assessment in a Total Diet Study / Julie L. Boorman, Janis Baines -- Addressing Uncertainty and Variability in Total Diet Studies / Christel Leemhuis, Judy Cunningham, Amélie Crépet -- Communicating Results in a Total Diet Study / Cherie A. Flynn -- Total Diet Studies in Countries. The Australian Experience in Total Diet Studies / Janice L. Abbey, Janis Baines -- Total Diet Study in Cameroon--A Sub-Saharan African Perspective / M. Madeleine Gimou [and others]
Canadian Total Diet Study Experiences / Robert W. Dabeka [and others] -- The Chinese Experience in Total Diet Studies / Junshi Chen -- The First Total Diet Study in Hong Kong, China / Waiky W.K. Wong, Ying Xiao, Stephen W.C. Chung -- Experiences in Total Diet Studies in the Czech Republic / Jiri Ruprich, Irena Rehurkova -- The Present and Future Use of Total Diet Studies by the European Food Safety Authority / Stefan U. Fabiansson, A.K. Djien Liem -- The First Total Diet Study in Fiji / William Aalbersberg -- The French Total Diet Studies / Véronique Sirot, Jean-Charles Leblanc -- Total Diet Studies in the Indian Context / Kalpagam Polasa, V. Sudershan Rao -- Experiences in Total Diet Studies in Indonesia / Roy A. Sparringa, Winiati P. Rahayu, Rina Puspitasari -- Total Diet Studies in Japan / Fujio Kayama, Hiroshi Nitta, Satoshi Nakai
Total Diet Studies in the Republic of Korea / Hae Jung Yoon -- Dietary Exposure to Heavy Metals and Radionuclides in Lebanon: A Total Diet Study Approach / Lara Nasreddine -- The Malaysian Experience in a Total Diet Study / Noraini Mohd Othman, Jamal Khair Hashim, Shamsinar Abdul Talib -- New Zealand's Experience in Total Diet Studies / Richard W. Vannoort, Cherie A. Flynn -- Experiences in Total Diet Studies in Spain / Victoria Marcos -- Total Diet Study in the Basque Country, Spain / Mercedes Jalón, Inés Urieta, M. Luz Macho -- Total Diet Studies in Catalonia, Spain / Eduard Mata [and others] -- Total Diet Studies in Sweden: Monitoring Dietary Exposure to Persistent Organic Pollutants by a Market Basket Approach / Per Ola Darnerud [and others] -- Total Diet Studies--United Kingdom's Experience / Joseph Shavila
United States Food and Drug Administration's Total Diet Study Program / Katie Egan -- Special Topics in Total Diet Studies. GEMS/Food and Total Diet Studies / Gerald G. Moy -- GEMS/Food Consumption Cluster Diets / Fanny Héraud, Leila M. Barraj, Gerald G. Moy -- Food Mapping in a Total Diet Study / Julie L. Boorman, Janis Baines -- Automated Programs for Calculating Dietary Exposure / Polly E. Boon [and others] -- OPAL--A Program to Manage Data on Chemicals in Food and the Diet / Gunter Sommerfeld, Gerald G. Moy -- Involving and Influencing Key Stakeholders and Interest Groups in a Total Diet Study / Cherie A. Flynn -- Linking Nutrition Surveys with Total Diet Studies / Junshi Chen
Emerging Chemical Contaminants in Total Diet Studies in China / Yongning Wu [and others] -- Using Total Diet Studies to Assess Acrylamide Exposure / Kevin D. Hargin -- Polybrominated Diphenyl Ethers in Food in Australia--An Additional Use of the Australian Total Diet Study / Gillian Duffy, Janice L. Abbey -- Risk Assessment and Management Interface--Example of Methylmercury in Fish / Jiri Ruprich, Irena Rehurkova -- The German Approach to Estimating Dietary Exposures Using Food Monitoring Data / Oliver Lindtner [and others] -- Total Diet Studies for Infants--Example of Persistent Organic Pollutants in Human Milk / Seongsoo Park, Rainer Malisch, Gerald G. Moy -- Erratum to: Managing Concentration Data--Validation, Security, and Interpretation -- Carolyn Mooney
Summary Total Diet Studies is intended to introduce the total diet study (TDS) concept to those involved in assuring the safety of the food supply from chemical risks (e.g., government agencies and the food industry) as well as to a wider audience of interested parties (e.g., development agencies and consumer organizations). It presents the various steps in the planning and implementation of a TDS and illustrates how TDSs are being used to protect public health from the potential risks posed by chemicals in the food supply in both developed and developing countries. The book also examines some of the applications of TDSs to specific chemicals, including contaminants and nutrients. The goal of a TDS is to provide baseline information on levels and trends of exposure to chemicals in foods as consumed by the population. In other words, foods are processed and prepared as typically consumed before they are analyzed in order to best represent actual dietary intakes. Total diet studies have been used to assess the safe use of agricultural chemicals (e.g., pesticides, antibiotics), food additives (e.g., preservatives, sweetening agents), environmental contaminants (e.g., lead, arsenic, cadmium, radionuclides), processing contaminants (e.g., acrylamide, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, chloropropanols), and natural contaminants (e.g., aflatoxins) by determining whether dietary exposures to these chemicals are within acceptable limits. Total diet studies can also be applied to certain nutrients where the goal is to assure intakes are not only below safe upper limits, but also above levels deemed necessary to maintain good health. International and national organizations, such as the World Health Organization, the European Food Safety Agency, and the US Food and Drug Administration recognize the TDS approach as one of the most cost-effective means of protecting consumers from chemicals in food, for providing essential information for managing food safety, including food standards, and for setting priorities for further investigation and intervention
Notes Includes index
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (SpringerLink, viewed November 11, 2013)
Subject Food industry and trade -- Safety measures.
Food supply.
Food security.
Food-Processing Industry.
Food Supply.
Food Technology.
Public Health.
Form Electronic book
Author Moy, Gerald, editor
Vannoort, R. W., editor
ISBN 1441976884
1441976892 (electronic bk.)
9781441976888
9781441976895 (electronic bk.)